Sister Mag Christmas DIY – Danko Letters
The days leading up to Christmas can be very stressful and unexciting when preparing for the Christmas Day celebrations. However, there is no reason to feel overwhelmed by the Christmas shopping, food preparation, and pre-Christmas food, when you can enjoy the various events that take place around Christmas time. So join in the Christmas celebrations and avoid being the miser in the family, in the office, or at the Christmas party.
We are very happy to be able to attend so many events during the Christmas season these days, from the Christmas party to the local market. There are various events that are suitable for the whole family and offer a great time for Christmas shopping together. In Birmingham, you can visit the incredible Frankfurt market to see specialties and crafts while enjoying mulled wine and gingerbread. The German market, as well as other local markets and craft markets, is a great way to buy something unique for your loved ones and support local artists and businesses.
At Christmas time in the West Midlands, there are many family-friendly attractions, such as the annual Christmas parade in the heart of Birmingham, which will captivate you and the children. The daytime activities in December keep children entertained, whether it’s over the holidays or at the weekend. Across the UK, venues will host Christmas activities, shows, and caves, giving children around the world the magical Christmas feeling. In particular, Dudley Zoo, Cadbury Land, and Selfridges have magical events for children.
If you want something that will interest not just children, look for arts and crafts fairs where you can buy arts and crafts, but also take part in a Christmas crafts course. Winterbourne House runs annual courses teaching Christmas decorating and table decorating, which is useful for those who want to impress family and friends with their Christmas decorating skills. Take the children and your partner to the cinema to see a Christmas film like Scrooge to get everyone in the Christmas spirit.
If you want to spend some time without the children, there are many events just for adults, such as viewing the new collections in one of the many art galleries in the UK. You can also have a great time with your friends and colleagues before the Christmas party, spend an evening at one of the German markets throughout the UK or eat together in a group at a local trendy restaurant.
A short DIY by Matt Danko. He gives us step by step instructions on how to construct a series of cardboard letters to display at home for the holidays.